Monthly Archives: April 2012

Ex-Intelligence Chief Diskin Says Netanyahu, Ehud Barak ‘Not Fit to Lead Israel’ and Wrong on Iran

Devastating critique from former Shin Bet head outstrips even the repeated criticisms of ex-Mossad boss Meir Dagan. Times of Israel | April 28, 2012 Yuval Diskin, the former head of the Shin Bet, launched an unprecedentedly harsh assault on Prime … Continue reading

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Benjamin Fulford: Chaos on Multiple Fronts as Controlled Implosion of Financial Cabal Continues

Benjamin Fulford | May 1, 2012 The prevailing theme these days seems to be chaos in the West but what we are really witnessing is the controlled implosion of the criminal cabal that took over the Western financial system and … Continue reading

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Our Metabolism Is Negatively Impacted by High-Fructose Corn Syrup

Wakeup World | April 30, 2012 High-fructose corn syrup is just one food ingredient, among many others, that virtually every health advocate will tell you to avoid. The Corn Refiners Association (CRA), a large organization that represents the corn refining industry, continues … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Happiest Jobs

The Top 10 Happiest Jobs Did your occupation make the list? Last year, Forbes.com featured a report by the National Organization for Research at the University of Chicago ranking the “happiest” jobs. Some may surprise you, and of course, there … Continue reading

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‘For Much of Africa, Water Resources Are Available’

dw.de | April 30, 2012 Africa’s chronic shortage of fresh water could be alleviated by stepping up efforts to access groundwater reserves, or aquifers. UK scientists have produced a pan-African map of reserves that are found deep underground. DW spoke … Continue reading

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Spaniards Protest, (Prime Minister) Rajoy Stands Firm on Spending Cuts

dw.de | April 30, 2012 Spaniards demonstrated in more than 50 cities on Sunday to protest against the government’s latest plans to trim education and health spending as part of its bid to tackle the country’s debt crisis. Spain’s Prime … Continue reading

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POOF for April 29: Yes, the world is flipping . . . and, you were saying . . .

Poof | April 29, 2012 “I will never call the ‘moment’ even if it was received on a doc written in blood. I’m just saying the weather sure looks good and that big things jumped off last Monday and may … Continue reading

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For First Time Since Depression, More Mexicans Leave U.S. Than Enter

Washington Post April 23, 2012 A four-decade tidal wave of Mexican immigration to the United States has receded, causing a historic shift in migration patterns as more Mexicans appear to be leaving the United States for Mexico than the other … Continue reading

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Shame on Obama Administration for Sacrificing Children to Keep Agribusiness Happy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 27, 2012 1:36 PM CONTACT: Public Citizen Phone: 202-588-1000 Shame on Obama Administration for Sacrificing Children to Keep Agribusiness Happy Statement of Dr. Sammy Almashat, Researcher, Public Citizen’s Health Research Group WASHINGTON – April 27 – … Continue reading

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Paul Krugman: ‘Bernanke Has Been Assimilated by the Borg’

No kidding. HuffPost | April 29, 2012 Paul Krugman doubled down on criticism of Ben Bernanke on Sunday, telling ABC’s “This Week” that the Fed Chairman has “been assimilated by the Borg.” “I think what’s happened to Bernanke, as they … Continue reading

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